We Specialize in Lateral Line Installation
Also known as lateral lines and leech lines, a conventional septic system is often less expensive and more efficient than an aerobic system but only with absorbent soil, which will be determined by an Oklahoma DEQ perc test. If you need help finding a certified soil tester in your area, contact us, we can recommend one for you.
NOTE: Septic installers are NOT soil testers. 80% of the conventional systems we install have been told by another company that their properties wouldn’t perc and an aerobic system was their only option.
This type of system should be installed in a large open area with no trees, gentle slopes, good drainage and no vehicle traffic.
In most cases, we can install a conventional system in one day. Depending on the DEQ requirements of your system, it could take two days to complete.
While it will be next to impossible to make your yard look like we haven’t been there at all, we spend extra time after the installation dressing up your yard as best as we can. There is no extra charge for this type of dirt work.
Conventional Septic System Pricing
Pricing for Conventional Septic System installations is 100% dependent on a soil test. We get asked weekly for a ballpark price and there’s just no good ballpark number for this type of system. But most of the time, it costs considerably less than an aerobic system.
If a soil tester determines you need a high footage of lateral lines, the system will cost more at the time of installation, but still less than an aerobic in the long run.
Installations over 50 miles away could incur a travel charge, which will be discussed at the time of scheduling.
No down payment is required to get on our schedule. Payment is due in full at the time of installation. We never charge extra for a DEQ septic permit or dirt work around the installation area.
Conventional Septic System Maintenance
This system is low maintenance and that’s why we love them.
You will need to pump the septic tank every 3-5 years, depending on how many people live with you.
Sometimes an aerobic system is your only option, but if DEQ will allow for a conventional system, we highly recommend it.
Septic System Failure
If you are experiencing septic tank drain field problems, septic tank collapse or septic water coming out of the ground, these are all signs of a failing leach field. A properly installed conventional septic system will typically last anywhere from 20-40 years as long as you follow the basic rules of septic systems.
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